In an effort to simplify it for myself, and you, the reader and fellow human, I have broken our humanity down into seven pieces. We will go in backwards order as it seems like it would be more exciting to get to number 1 than to get to number 7.
5. Doubling up on socks (especially cotton ones) is a classic gaper mistake. Sweat is a hidden culprit that leads to cold feet. Therefore, a fairly thin, breathable sock makes a better choice. When thick socks make ski boots too tight, reduced circulation also results in cold little piggies.
When Jeff started his MBA program at UC Berkeley in 2006, he went in as "The Underwear Guy," telling everyone about his plans. Some people dismissed him as weird, whereas others supported his vision. He met his business partner Jason Kibbey.
You might already know that the Dining Room at St. Anthony's serves 2,700-3,000 people every day, but they also house a great computer lab that helps bridge the digital divide for homeless and low-income residents of the Tenderloin.
I watched as the girl let me in on the sock bun secret, a marvelously easy fix accomplished by wrapping a ponytail around a sock donut. I made a one of my own according to the instructions and within minutes, I was sporting a robust bun.